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Marijuana 'gateway' theory strengthened by study of twins

...t using marijuana changes one's brain or makes one crave for other drugs, the study did not show how marijuana could lead to harder drugs. He also said that there are a number of other potential mechanisms, including access to drugs, willingness to break the law and likelihood of engaging in risk-taking be...

Sugar Cravings

...get too hungry, and when this happens they tend to crave carbs and sweets . Studies show when people starve themselves or diet, they become depressed, irritable and angry. When these same people resume normal eating habits, they tend to eat more and are unable to feel satisfied. Researchers say extreme d...

Recanalization enables Tsunami mourners to parent again

...of recanalization were very rare prior to tsunami, crave for children and government encouragement have giv...women would come for it in case of remarriage. But crave for children along with government support are drawing many tsunami parents to this surgery," said T...

International Teleradiology: The Future Of Radiologic Diagnosis

...silent prayers of numerous radiologists whose eyes crave for nothing more than a good night’s sleep. // It is not an uncommon sight to find patients being subjected to middle of the night CT scans or other forms of radiological examinations following arrival at the emergency department. Such examinations ...

Sandbag Workout Takes Over, Gym Bags To Stay At Home

...to the high demand for sandbag training, those who crave for health and fitness are not allowed to workout for more than 20 minutes. In order to avoid any drastic consequences as a result of sand bag training, the fitness experts recommend starting workout with a smaller weight. This regime can progressi...

Yoga Can Keep Youths Away From Drugs: Ravi Shankar

...eep away from drug and alcohol abuse. // 'Youths crave for something different and it is our duty to introduce yoga, pranayam and dhyan (meditation) to them,' he said while interacting with reporters last evening at Tapobhoomi, a ashram of Brahmeshanand Swamiji at Kundaim, 15 km from here. Ravi Shankar ...

Adolescent Drug Users Turn Compulsive Addicts

...rd drugs. Adolescents become primed and then later crave the chemical stimulation of hard drugs. Previously it was thought that the craving for drugs was mainly due to peer or emotional pressures or easy availability of the drug but now it is found that early exposure induces craving and turns teenagers ...

Virus Can Mutate lethally With Help Of Carbohydrates

...tates that it not only humans but viruses too that crave for carbohydrates. The researchers have stated that the viruses hang on to the carbohydrates that overhang from the surface of our cells and stage an invasion in the body. The researchers explained that the viruses on changing the carbohydrates th...

Georgetown University Heads Alternative Tobacco Project

..." Shields said. "A lot of former smokers who still crave nicotine may start to use these new cigarette products or smokeless tobacco. Current smokers may decide not to quit, thinking that they have an alternative that is safe enough." Source-Eurekalert RAS...

Food addiction similar to Drug addiction!!

... is similar to that seen in drug addicts when they crave for cocaine. “It (The hippocampus) is the area related to memory and the reward system. The areas lighting up were areas activated in drug addicts. It’s very similar to what triggers the craving for cocaine,” said Wang. “So despite receiving the “...

Is the urge to binge as strong a craving as sex and recreational drugs to addicts?

...like recreational drugs and sex to individuals who crave for yet another go. // The same hormone associated with your hunger pangs has now been identified as the one to be responsible for influencing the pleasure inducing area of the brain which can chain a person to getting addicted to certain substance...

Funds for mental patient safety pledged by government

... and facilities especially for female patients who crave for an assurance that they will be kept safe from sexual advances. Although ample care is being ensured today measures to improve locks on doors and added security personnel at mental hospitals will help to minimise fear that is generated from stor...

Not Parkinson’s Disease Alon

...to whether or not an individual craves or does not crave alcohol. Results are published in the April is...ibutes to whether an individual craves or does not crave alcohol," said Foroud. "Interestingly, we found that this association cannot be expanded to everyone...

Genetic Technology and Eugenics

...has provided man with the impetus to improve. This crave for betterment gave rise to a concept called 'eugenics' , which enjoyed the support of several outstanding thinkers of the time, such as Graham Bell, Winston Churchill and Bernard Shaw. Eugenics involved the promotion of selected hereditary trai...

Addictive Drugs Harms the Brain

...hat inhibit pleasure, the brain may be learning to crave drugs,” The excitatory synapses are growing stronger over time with increased activity.Kauer says there are two kinds of neurons one that excites the nerve connection and the second that restrains or depresses them. She says “if inhibition is reduced...

Pramlintide-A Boon to Restrain Fast Food Consumption

...f previous observations in rodents. Rats typically crave high-sugar foods when placed under stress. When they receive amylin, their stress-induced sugar consumption significantly decreases. On chronic amylin treatment, obese rats also exhibit a long-term switch to eating more healthy chow and less high-fat...

Adenoviruses Could Help Kick Drinking

...icates. Researchers have found that rats bred to crave alcohol were found to drink 50 percent less for more than a month after being injected with engineered adenoviruses. Many people in East Asia react badly to alcohol because of mutations in the gene for aldehyde dehydrogenase. But these mutations al...

Weight Management Achieved by Controlling and Not Suppressing Food Cravings

...The most identifiable thing about the foods people crave is that they are highly dense in calories, Roberts said. This is the first study of long-term changes in food cravings in a calorie-restriction program. If individuals understand that they can expect cravings and that those cravings will be for ca...

Food Cravings are Linked to Weight Managenemt

...The most identifiable thing about the foods people crave is that they are highly dense in calories, Roberts deduces. The study, which was part of the one-year CALERIE trial, involved 32 overweight but otherwise healthy women, 20 to 42 years of age, who were randomly assigned to two diets that differed i...

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